Medal Hotel

Address: 8A/6D2 Thai Van Lung Street, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 8A/6D2 Thai Van Lung Street, Ho Chi Minh City, is near Dam Sen Water Park, Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Revolutionary Museum, and Can Gio.
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    Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City

    War Remnants Museum

    A travel blog entry by robliz on Sep 25, 2015

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    Quite a bit of time can be spent here if you want to take in the info on offer.
    It was fairly heavily weighted information without being over the top and showed clearly the futility of the US effort. The resilience of the Vietnamese people cannot be understated having withstood foreign invaders in their ...

    Nha Trang...just passing through

    A travel blog entry by erinanded on Sep 03, 2015

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    After our fabulous send off from Saigon we had an entire sleeper car for ourselves and our bags. Our departure time was 8:30 pm arriving bright and early at 5:30 am next morning. The car was quite nice and very clean! We were able to fit one of the bags under our seat but the others had to bunk with us. Our car had a power plug for each seat and a flat screen TV. Internet seemed to be available only in the main station. Without a remote the TV was stuck on a Vietnamese station, so ...

    And so the journey ends: 216 days on the road

    A travel blog entry by janlodge on Aug 09, 2015

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    ... I was too busy exploring new countries and didn't really get into that deep reflecting mood. But I do agree that, when you travel, you start to realise that other lifestyles are equally as valid and attractive as your lifestyle back home and that there are many ways to live and make a living (abroad). It may have been something that I was aware of before but I feel that my traveling has really emphasised this and made it more tangible for me. So who knows, maybe one ...

    Return to HCMC

    A travel blog entry by dbpernod on Jul 17, 2015

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    ... fun of me for getting caught up in the currency: "that's 20,000 more!" "Brianne, that's $1. It's ok." The culture here is obviously different from home. In my first experience with foreign travel, the Jamaicans would catch me off guard by greeting me with, "you've put on weight!" A compliment in a culture where doing so is very difficult. Here, women beam as they ask "how many babies you have?" And frown when I tell them none. Maybe my ...

    Wow, This is Different

    A travel blog entry by lovejenni on Jun 30, 2015

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    ... as he looked through my bag, dammit! I should have made the book less conspicuous. Fortunately, the agent picked up the book, looked at it, and placed it back in. He asked me a couple questions in broken English, including what I was doing in the country, how long I was staying, what school I was with, where I was from. It was a quick little interview. I was on my way! As soon as I got outside I was hit by that same Thai heat. Luckily, the week in ...